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Instead of disconnecting it several times, I did this: Click on the actual itunes store, then click on your iphone icon in itunes. Do this repeatedly and eventually the error message will not appear and it will finish your install. I did this about 5 times and then WALAH! Took 2 minutes to complete the update and my phone is now working.
It seems Apple's servers are overloaded. Perhaps they should have staggered the release of the software. I too have been bricked for over an hour. If you have a 1st gen. iPhone and are reading this- hold off on the 2.0 software update for a few days.
When setting up our office of 19 24 inch iMacs, we removed the glass from the machines of those that didn't like the glossy.
Took me 14 minutes total. Hooray for living in the sticks!
3 sets of speakers in the pic:Yamaha NS-10M M-Audio BX5-ABose system (I forget the model #)I'm a musician (teach music at a college) I used to be a recording engineer.
My recording setup http://img150.imageshack.us/img150/6793/1001020oc9.jpg
4G is out of date. I'm waiting for 6G.
It's the end of the mouse as we know it (and I feel fine).
Time to buy 
No problems here.
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